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Hoboken, Georgia, United States

Hoboken, Georgia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Factory Air

WAS REMOVED TO ALLOW FOR A SUPERCHARGER KIT INSTALLATION

Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black & V12 Vantage Carbon Black Revealed

Fri, 18 Dec 2009

The Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black It’s been a little while since we had a limited edition from Aston Martin, and just like Land Rover where we got the Freelander 2 Sport and the Freelander 2 White & Black in two days, we;ve got a pair of new cars from Aston Martin together – The Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black and the Aston Martin V12 Vantage Carbon Black. I suppose if you’re Aston Martin and you’re looking for a way to move a few extra cars you may as well pick the two most powerful versions of your cars to have a go. Both Carbon Black Models get the same paint job; a hand painted effort which takes 50 hours to apply and quality check.

Belgian Grand Prix (2011) RESULT

Mon, 29 Aug 2011

Belgian Grand Prix 2011 (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); As always, Spa threw the weather in to the equation in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix, with Button ending in 13th place on the grid after a rapidly drying track left the McLaren driver stranded in 13th place as others took advantage, despite being obviously quicker than most of the pack. Without the rain errors it could have been a McLaren front row, but Hamilton at least managed to show the McLarens were quick at Spa and joined Vettel on the front row with Webber in third and Massa fourth. But all the promise came to nothing for Hamilton as he reverted to type and drove like a petulant child – straight in to Kamui Kobayashi on lap thirteen – ending McLaren’s hopes of a win.

Emissions crackdown confirmed

Sun, 03 Jun 2007

By Tim Pollard Motoring Issues 03 June 2007 02:32 The European Commission today confirmed plans to force car makers to cut tailpipe emissions by 18 percent over the next five years. As exclusively predicted by CAR Online last month, the EC is proposing an average CO2 limit of 130g/km by 2012 - down from an average of 162g/km last year. Manufacturers missing the new target would be fined heavily.